UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES 2022 - NELSON MANDELA UNIVERSITY

 
UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES 2022 - NELSON MANDELA UNIVERSITY
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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES 2022 - NELSON MANDELA UNIVERSITY
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Contents

Welcome............................................................................................................................... 2            Financial facts..................................................................................................................... 11
About Nelson Mandela University....................................................................................... 3                                  Scholar Merit Awards.......................................................................................................... 11
Student services .................................................................................................................. 3                     School Leadership awards .................................................................................................. 11
      Library and Information Services .......................................................................................... 3                       Student merit bursaries ...................................................................................................... 12
      Campus Health Service ........................................................................................................ 3                    Sport bursaries.................................................................................................................... 12
      Emthonjeni – Fountain of Student Wellness ......................................................................... 3                         Accommodation.................................................................................................................. 13
      Student Development & Governance (SDG)......................................................................... 4                                   On-campus ......................................................................................................................... 13
      Arts, Culture & Heritage Unit ............................................................................................... 4                     Off-campus ......................................................................................................................... 13
      Student Representative Council (SRC).................................................................................. 4                            Applying for residence accommodation ............................................................................ 13
      Oppidani (day students) ....................................................................................................... 4             International students........................................................................................................ 13
      Societies ............................................................................................................................... 4   Universal Accessibility & Disability Services (UADS) ......................................................... 14
Madibaz Sport...................................................................................................................... 5               Language of Teaching and Learning ................................................................................ 14
Admission to Nelson Mandela University............................................................................. 6                               Qualification list.................................................................................................................. 16
      Overview ............................................................................................................................... 6          „ Faculty of Business and Economic Sciences..................................................................18
Admission Requirements ..................................................................................................... 7                            „ Faculty of Education....................................................................................................... 40
      National Senior Certificate (NSC).......................................................................................... 7                       „ Faculty of Engineering, the Built Environment and Technology................................. 46
      How to calculate your Applicant Score (AS).......................................................................... 7                              „ Faculty of Heatlth Sciences............................................................................................ 64
      How do you apply?................................................................................................................ 8                 „ Faculty of Humanities......................................................................................................78
      Online applications................................................................................................................ 8               „ Faculty of Law................................................................................................................. 90
      Important documentation .................................................................................................... 9                      „ Faculty of Science........................................................................................................... 96
      National Benchmark Test (NBT)............................................................................................. 9                        „ George Campus............................................................................................................ 106
      Extended Curriculum Programmes....................................................................................... 9                       Contact Details................................................................................................................. 120
International/Foreign/NCV level 4 and senior certificate equivalency conversion table... 10                                                         Index................................................................................................................................. 121
                                                                                                                                                    Vision, Mission, Values..................................................................................................... 122

Disclaimer: All reasonable steps have been taken to ensure that the information contained in this guide was correct at the date of publication. All information listed is subject to change and may
be updated without prior notification. Nelson Mandela University reserves the right to make changes to the programme details, rules, admission requirements, duration and delivery of courses as
published in this guide. Prospective applicants are advised to consult the admissions office, the University website or relevant faculties prior to applying.
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Welcome
              The decision you are about to make will have a significant impact on the trajectory of your life path.
              This is the moment you not only get to decide where you want to study, but most importantly, what
              you want to study.

              Our University is a place that teaches and reflects the values of social justice and equality. It offers
              what we regard as “breakthrough education”, advancing learning and teaching that will contribute
              to the improvement of humanity, and which will diminish social exclusion. It is imperative for us to
              build a university in which all students feel a sense of belonging.

              We take particular pride in bearing the iconic name of Nelson Mandela, the late legendary
              statesman who transformed this country through his unwavering commitment for a more just,
              healthy and equal society.

              As you will see from this guide, Nelson Mandela University offers you an ideal environment and
              facilities, excellent teaching opportunities, a wide spectrum of beyond-the-classroom activities,
              and a solid values-driven base on which to pursue your future dreams.

              Our main campus in Gqeberha (formerly Port Elizabeth) is situated on an 840-hectare nature
              reserve, surrounded by some of the most breathtaking, unspoiled beaches within walking distance
              of four of our campuses. In the Southern Cape lies our George Campus, located at the foot of the
              majestic Outeniqua Mountain range, surrounded by indigenous forests and pine plantations.

              Our academic and professional programmes range from certificate-level through to research
              doctorates.

              Academic programmes are offered in seven faculties:

              •   Business & Economic Sciences
              •   Education
              •   Engineering, the Built Environment & Technology
              •   Health Sciences
              •   Humanities
              •   Law
              •   Science

              Our University’s qualifications are recognised and accredited by the relevant professional bodies,
              locally and, in some cases, internationally.

              We seek to help students in becoming well-rounded citizens, socially aware on a global scale, and
              set on their individual path to make a difference and change the world.

              We hope to soon welcome you as part of the Nelson Mandela University family.

              Prof Sibongile Muthwa
              Vice-Chancellor

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About Nelson Mandela University                                                                      Student services
Nelson Mandela University is the only university in the world that carries the name of Nelson        A wide range of student services and support facilities are offered on university campuses to assist
Rolihlahla Mandela. We are committed to providing a welcoming and inspiring environment              you in every aspect of student life – from what to study, to finding suitable employment after
that is supportive, innovative, diverse and safe. Our students need to feel they are in a place of   graduation. The university offers a variety of social and cultural activities, which means you can have
learning and discovery, founded on strong, egalitarian values that encourage them to express         fun while you study. There is an extensive range of sport codes, associations, societies, clubs and
themselves, stretch themselves, and seek new solutions for a better world.                           facilities, allowing you to make new friends, interact with your fellow students and explore subjects
                                                                                                     of mutual interest.
The University embraces Nelson Mandela’s challenge to be “caring, responsible and
innovative”, and recognises the importance of continuously growing and adapting in the               Below are some of the various services offered to our students:
pursuit of knowledge, emancipation and lifelong learning.
                                                                                                     • Library and Information Services
The university boasts more than a century of experience in quality higher education, research and        Nelson Mandela University has a network of well-stocked libraries, computer laboratories, and
technological innovation. We unite the best traditions of both the academic and technological            student learning centres which enable students to obtain quality information resources and
worlds – from entrance level (certificate) through to research level (PhD).                              services required to excel in their various academic courses. These centres are located on all
                                                                                                         campuses, and also offer students with a quiet space for studying.
• We are the largest higher education institution in the Eastern and Southern Cape;
• Over 28 523 students are enrolled on seven different campuses – six in Nelson Mandela Bay          • Campus Health Service
  (Gqeberha, formerly Port Elizabeth), and one in George;                                                Students have access to a comprehensive primary health care service on every campus, and
• Programmes are housed within seven faculties (Humanities; Business & Economic Sciences;                qualified medical personnel to assist with any health matters which may arise. All services are
  Education; Engineering, the Built Environment & Technology; Health Sciences; Law and Science),         rendered by registered health care professionals e.g. professional nurses, medical doctors and
  and in some cases, programmes are duplicated on more than one campus;                                  registered counsellors.
• The university’s George Campus is situated at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains in the
  picturesque Southern Cape town of George.                                                          • Emthonjeni – Fountain of Student Wellness
                                                                                                         The centre helps students with career choices, job-seeking skills, and any social, personal or
With their spectacular natural surroundings – from beaches to mountains to game reserves – Nelson        academic problems which they may experience while at University. The centre offers advice in
Mandela Bay and George are ideal places to spend your student years, offering all the advantages         areas such as time management, study methods, personal, social and emotional wellness, as
of city living in a vibrant and multi-cultural environment.                                              well as career planning and employment readiness.

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• Oppidani (day students)
                                                                                                            Students who do not live in a campus residence are known as Oppidani students. All non-
                                                                                                            residential Nelson Mandela University students are automatically members of the Oppidani
                                                                                                            House and are known as Oppies. Although Oppies live off campus, participation in non-
                                                                                                            academic life is encouraged.

                                                                                                          • Societies
                                                                                                            Students can become a member of numerous student-run societies enabling them to have
                                                                                                            fun with likeminded students while gaining valuable leadership, communication and social
                                                                                                            skills. There are presently 76 societies active on our various campuses, and these societies
                                                                                                            are categorised as either academic, religious, developmental, social responsibility or political.

    • Student Development & Governance (SDG)
      This department contributes towards the holistic development of students. The core functions
      of this department are the training and development of student leadership, the coordination
      of student life & events, and supporting student governance structures such as the Student
      Representative Council (SRC), the Student Housing Council; faculty representatives, the Sports
      Council, Oppidani and Rag. They also provide students with advice on the various student
      societies which they could join. There are currently 76 societies which students can join and
      these are categorised as academic, religious, developmental, social responsibility and political.

    • Arts, Culture & Heritage Unit
      The Arts, Culture & Heritage Unit focuses on the holistic development of students by creating
      opportunities for their participation in the arts. Arts and Culture provides an environment in
      which students are able to exercise and develop their need for cultural and artistic expression.
      You are provided with the opportunity to express your talents by joining a wide range of
      interactive, cultural and active societies. These societies are diverse and vary from performing
      arts, dancing, music, drama and choirs.

    • Student Representative Council (SRC)
      The SRC is elected annually in a democratic election to represent the interest of students. The
      SRC is the only body which the university officially recognises as speaking on behalf of the
      students.
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Madibaz Sport
Madibaz sport offers a wide variety of competitive and recreational sport programmes for students        The following sport codes are offered on the various university campuses:
and staff, as well as the wider university community. These programmes provide students with
the opportunity to participate in various sport and recreational activities ranging from informal        Athletics • Adventure Sports • Basketball • Chess • Cricket • Cycling • Football • Golf • Hockey •
social games, to highly competitive leagues where skills are tested against the best in the province     Judo • Karate • Netball • Rugby • Rowing • Squash • Surfing • Swimming • Table Tennis • Tennis
and country. In addition, through the various high performance programmes coordinated by the             • Underwater-hockey • Volleyball • Water polo.
Madibaz High Performance Complex, the university plays a major role in the process of developing
elite and potentially elite players.

Madibaz sport also provides club members with excellent sport facilities, scientific based coaching
programmes, which includes organisational and administrative support. Well-equipped health and
fitness centres offer professional gym facilities at student prices, and provide assistance with sport
performance testing, sport specific training and injury rehabilitation.

                                                                                                                Madibaz
                                                                                                                All teams have nicknames, or names by which
                                                                                                                they are popularly known. Those who work,
                                                                                                                study and play sport at Nelson Mandela
                                                                                                                University proudly refer to themselves as
                                                                                                                Madibaz. In addition to our name, the university
                                                                                                                also boasts a dolphin mascot, named Diba.

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Admission to Nelson Mandela University
    Overview
    • Applications for early admission (excluding MBChB applications) should be submitted by
      5 August 2021. Late applications (excluding MBChB applications) will however be considered
      after this date, based on academic merit, until 30 September 2021. Places are limited and it is
      therefore in your best interest to submit your application early.
    • MBChB applications close on 30 June 2021 (with NBT results to be submitted by no later than
      31 July 2021). Places in the MBChB degree are limited and it is therefore in your best interest
      to submit your application early.
    • Prospective students must meet the statutory minimum requirements based on the National
      Senior Certificate (NSC), or equivalent school-leaving certificate for admission to a higher
      certificate, diploma or degree qualification, in order to be considered.
    • Admission to an undergraduate programme will be further determined by an applicant’s
      Applicant Score (AS) and subject requirements.
    • Submission of a completed application form does not mean that you have been accepted as
      a student, or that you may register. All prospective students are selected in accordance with
      the admissions policy of the university, and applicants will be notified of the outcome of their
      application by the Student Access and Enrolment Office.
    • Provisional admission is based on your Applicant Score (AS) obtained in your Grade 11
      final, or Grade 12 June or Grade 12 September examinations, and meeting the direct subject
      requirements. However, the final decision is based on your final Grade 12 NSC/IEB exam results.
    • Once you’ve submitted your form, certain qualifications may require you to submit a portfolio of
      evidence, or attend an interview. Your admission decision will then only be made once one, or all
      of these additional requirements have been completed.
    • In addition to the general university admission requirements, each programme also has its own
      specific requirements.
    • Applicants with alternate, international or foreign qualifications must satisfy the requirements

                                                                                                              laid down by the Matriculation Board to qualify for a certificate of exemption for a particular
                                                                                                              alternate, international or foreign school-leaving qualification. These requirements are contained
                                                                                                              in Government Gazette No. 31674, 5 December 2008, and can be found on the Universities South
                                                                                                              Africa (USAF) website mb.usaf.ac.za/sc-government-gazette-5-december-2008. Applications for
                                                                                                              such certificates must be made to the Matriculation board directly: mb.usaf.ac.za
                                                                                                          •   In the case of applications by candidates who have studied at other higher education institutions
                                                                                                              accredited by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA), the results obtained at such
                                                                                                              institutions will be considered, together with their academic record and certificate of conduct.
                                                                                                          •   There are limits to the number of students that can be admitted to each programme.
                                                                                                          •   If a programme is full, you may be denied admission even though you meet the minimum
                                                                                                              requirements.
                                                                                                          •   Prospective students who matriculated prior to 2008 must please contact the university’s
                                                                                                              Student Access and Enrolment Office to determine their admission requirements.
                                                                                                          •   For more information on the application process please contact 041 504 1111, or visit our
                                                                                                              website (myfuture.mandela.ac.za) before applying.
                                                                                                          •   Please note that admission requirements are subject to change. Information in this
                                                                                                              programme guide was correct as at May 2021.

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Admission Requirements                                                                                 • In addition, for those applicants from quintile 1 to 3 schools who attain 50% or higher for Life
                                                                                                         Orientation, 7 additional points are added to their score out of 600 to arrive at their final AS.
                                                                                                       • Compare your AS & subject results to the minimum needed for the qualification you want to
                                                                                                         apply for.
National Senior Certificate (NSC)                                                                      • If your Applicant Score (AS) & subject results are below the minimum required, you will need to
• The table below explains what the minimum statutory requirements for each qualification level          consider another qualification for which you do qualify.
  are (Higher Certificate, Diploma or Degree).                                                            * All South African public ordinary schools are categorised into five groups, called quintiles. Quintile 1 to 3 are non-fee paying
• The university has also set its own additional minimum entry requirements.                              schools, while Quintile 4 & 5 are fee paying schools.

                                                                                                       The table below provides an example of how to calculate the AS for:
   Qualification                     Minimum statutory entry requirement
                                                                                                       • Applicant 1 who has 7 NSC Grade 12 subjects, who is applying for a programme with Life
                                                                                                         Science and Physical Science as required subjects; and
  Higher                Pass the NSC, with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning and
                                                                                                       • Applicant 2 who is applying for the same programme, but who took 8 subjects in Grade 12.
  Certificate           teaching of the higher education institution, together with any other
                                                                                                       • Applicant 3 who is applying for the same programme, but who is from a quintile 1, 2 or 3 school.
                        university requirements.

  Diploma               Pass the NSC with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning                      NSC                       Applicant 1                          Applicant 2                     Applicant 3 from
                        and teaching of the higher education institution, coupled with an
                                                                                                           Subject                                                                                          quintile 1 to 3
                        achievement rating of 3 (40–49%) or better in four recognised NSC
                        20-credit subjects, together with any other university requirements.                                                                                                                    school
                                                                                                                                   %                % used              %               % used              %                % used
  Bachelor’s            Pass the NSC with a minimum of 30% in the language of learning                                          obtained               to            obtained              to            obtained               to
  Degree                and teaching of the higher education institution, coupled with an                                                          calculate                           calculate                            calculate
                        achievement rating of 4 (50–59%) or better in four NSC 20-credit                                                              AS                                  AS                                   AS
                        subjects together with any other university requirements.
                                                                                                        isiXhosa                     78                78                 78                78                78                 78
                                                                                                        (Home
Please note that the achievement of the minimum NSC admission requirements does not                     Language)
necessarily guarantee admission to any programme or field of study at Nelson Mandela University.
                                                                                                        English (1st                 60                60                 60                60                60                 60
How to calculate your Applicant Score (AS)                                                              Additional
• First look-up the Applicant Score (AS) for the qualification you are applying for – also note any     Language)
  required subjects.
                                                                                                        Mathematics                  65                65                 65                65                65                 65
• Your Applicant Score (AS) will be different if you took Mathematics, Mathematical Literacy or
  Technical Mathematics at school.                                                                      Life Science                 62                62                 62                62                62                 62
• Your Applicant Score (AS) is calculated using six subjects. Please note that Life Orientation (LO)
  is excluded.                                                                                          Physical                     50                50                 50                50                50                 50
• Write down your Grade 12 subjects and the most recent percentage (%) obtained in each subject         Science
  (NO Gr 12 March results).                                                                             History                       –                 –                 60                60                 –                 –
• You MUST include the results for the following three fundamental subjects: 1) Home language;
  2) 1st Add. Language; and 3) Maths; or Maths Lit; or Technical Maths.                                 Geography                    55                55                 55                 –                55                 55
• For applicants with seven Grade 12 NSC/IEB subjects, their AS is calculated by adding the
  percentages for their six 20-credit subjects (Note that the Life Orientation percentage is not        Life                         88                 –                 88                 –                88                 7
                                                                                                        Orientation
  included as it is a 10-credit subject). This gives a score out of 600.                                                                                                                                  LO>50%
• For those applicants taking eight or more subjects, their AS is calculated as follows: add the
  percentages obtained for the three fundamental subjects (the two languages and Mathematics,           APPLICANT                                     370                                  375                                  377
  Technical Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy), plus the percentage(s) for any subject(s)            SCORE (AS)
  required by the programme, together with the percentage(s) for the next best / highest subject(s),
  to a maximum of six subjects.

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How do you apply?
    • Applicants can apply online by logging on to www.mandela.ac.za/Study-at-Mandela
    • Ensure that you meet the minimum Applicant Score (AS) and subject requirements before
      submitting your completed online application form and supporting documentation.
    • Please note that certain qualifications have additional selection processes, for example a portfolio
      of evidence, interview or fitness/medical tests.
    • No application fee is required for South African citizens, but there is an application fee for
      International Students.
    • Remember to include your cell number on your form, as we will be sending you your
      application status and other important information via this number (Please do not include +27 or
      any spacing when you enter your cell number);
    • Applications for early admission should be submitted by 05 August 2021.
    • Late applications will still be considered up to 30 September 2021, but as space is limited we
      advise applicants to submit/complete their application form before the August closing date.
    • 30 June 2021 for MBChB applicants (with NBT results to be submitted by no later than
      31 July 2021)

    Online applications
    • To apply online, you will need your own cell number and a valid personal email address
      (should you not have an e-mail account, please open one before proceeding with your online
      application).

                                                                                                             • Online application(s) are divided into two sections (please ensure you complete both);
                                                                                                             • Section 1 (basic background information) – complete all fields indicated and click apply at the
                                                                                                               bottom of the page. This does not mean that your application is complete, or that you will be
                                                                                                               considered for admission yet.
                                                                                                             • You will be sent an e-mail to verify your e-mail address first (should you not receive this e-mail,
                                                                                                               please check your spam mailbox before contacting the University).
                                                                                                             • Once verified, another e-mail will be sent with a link to Section 2, and will also include your
                                                                                                               student number and pin;
                                                                                                             • Click on the link and type in your student number and pin to proceed with your online application;
                                                                                                             • Ensure that all fields highlighted in “red” are completed as these fields are compulsory. Fields
                                                                                                               highlighted in yellow are optional, and those marked in green require no action.
                                                                                                             • Include all your supporting documentation with your online application as a PDF or JPEG
                                                                                                               formatted attachment. You can also upload your supporting docs on the admissions dashboard
                                                                                                               via our website, but only once you have submitted your completed online application.
                                                                                                             • At the bottom of the page you will need to click “Final Submission” to submit your application.
                                                                                                             • No changes can be made after you have submitted your application form. In the event that you
                                                                                                               need to edit your application, refer to the online application guideline document for the process
                                                                                                               you need to follow.
                                                                                                             • Should you require support in completing your online application, you may contact our Contact
                                                                                                               Centre on 041-504 1111, e-mail: info@mandela.ac.za or onlineappdocs@mandela.ac.za.
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at school and apply in August submit your June results). No grade 12 March results.
                                                                                                            • Declaration by your parent / legal guardian / surety form (downloaded from the university
                                                                                                              website),
                                                                                                            • A certified copy of your parent / legal guardian / surety’s identity document;
                                                                                                            • Completed disability assessments form (if applicable).
                                                                                                            • Full official academic record(s) and certificate(s) of conduct from previous higher education
                                                                                                              institution(s) (if applicable).
                                                                                                            • Copy of your current residential / home or postal address;
                                                                                                            • NB: Please note that your student number/identity number must clearly be indicated on all
                                                                                                              documentation submitted. Your application form cannot be processed if you do not include all
                                                                                                              supporting documentation with your application

                                                                                                            National Benchmark Test (NBT)
                                                                                                            Generally, most programmes offered at the Nelson Mandela University do not require applicants to
                                                                                                            write the National Benchmark Test (NBT). However, there are a very small number of qualifications
                                                                                                            which require NBT results. If under the requirements of the programme you are interested in, states
                                                                                                            that NBT results are required, please consult the NBT website (https://www.nbt.ac.za) to book a
                                                                                                            test date. Applicants interested in programmes requiring NBT results are encouraged to book and
                                                                                                            write these tests as early as possible. A reference letter from the University is not required.

                                                                                                            Extended Curriculum Programmes
                                                                                                            The transition from school to university is challenging for most young people. It is, however,
                                                                                                            even more dramatic for learners who for various reasons, find that they do not meet the minimum
                                                                                                            admission requirements of the programme of their choice. Nelson Mandela University offers a
                                                                                                            wide range of extended curriculum programmes that provide such students with the opportunity
                                                                                                            to enroll for an extended programme in order to obtain the same mainstream qualification at the
                                                                                                            end of their study career. In practice, it implies that a student will complete a three-year degree or
                                                                                                            diploma programme in four years. These programmes provide an environment in which academic
                                                                                                            support and skills development are integrated with regular academic work. Additional support
                                                                                                            courses and activities in the first two years of the extended programme assist students to adapt to
                                                                                                            the university’s learning environment in order to follow the mainstream courses during the last two
                                                                                                            years of study.

Important documentation
In order for the university to finalise your application you are requested to submit the following
support documentation with your application:

• A certified copy of your identity document (ID document compulsory for SA Citizens – your
  application cannot be processed without a certified copy of your ID. You may also provide your
  ID number or serial number that appears on your birth certificate should you still be waiting for
  your ID Document to be issued).
• A certified copy of your latest school results (grade 11 final, or grade 12 June/September
  results, or final school leaving results if you have already completed Gr 12 (e.g. if you are currently
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International/Foreign/NCV level 4 and senior certificate equivalency
     conversion table
     • South African and International applicants with International, NC(V) level 4 or Foreign School-           • Applicants will have to comply with the minimum Applicant Score (AS) set for the UG qualification
       Leaving certificates, should use the table below to calculate an equivalent Applicant Score (AS)            they wish to apply for, as well as meet any other additional subject requirements directly.
       for admission, based on percentages obtained in such certificates.                                        • To calculate your Applicant Score (AS) use the symbols/achievement rating/percentages obtained
     • Applicants with international or foreign qualifications must also satisfy the requirements laid down        in your school-leaving examinations in order to convert them to an equivalent achievement
       by the Matriculation Board to qualify for a certificate of exemption for a particular international         standard on the National Senior Certificate (NSC).
       or foreign school-leaving qualification. Applications for such certificates must be made to the           • Your AS is calculated using six subjects, which must include the language(s) and subjects required
       Matriculation board directly: https://mb.usaf.ac.za/                                                        for admission, but excluding LO.

          Subject % to use              Senior         Senior       HIGCSE          IGCSE        O-LEVEL            AS        A-LEVEL        IB HL       IB SL     KCSE                                    NC(V)4**         NC(V)4
         when calculating the            Cert           Cert
          Applicant Score*                                            NSSC          NSSC                                                                                                Fundamental                        Vocational
                                          HG             SG            HL            OL
                   115                                                                                                           A*, A           7

                                                                                                                                                                              Use your actual percentage(s) obtained on
                                                                                                                                                                                your statement of results / certificate.
                   105                                                                                                             B             6
                    95                      A                            1                                           A             C             5         7         A+,A

                    85                      B                            2                                           B             D             4         6          A-
                    75                      C             A              3             A              A              C             E             3         5          B+                                                   5 (90-100%)
                    65                      D             B                            B              B              D                           2         4         B, B-                                                  5 (80-89%)
                    55                      E             C            4***            C              C              E                           1         3          C+                                                    4 (70-79%)
                    45                      F             D                            D              D                                                    2          D                                                     3 (50-69%)
                    35                     FF             E                            E              E                                                    1           E                                                    2 (40-49%)
                    25                  G, GG, H      F, FF, G,                       F, G                                                                           F, G                                                   1 (0-39%)
                                                       GG, H

     *   It is recommended that the midpoint of the NSC percentage range be used when calculating the AS, as the results of the above qualifications (excluding the NCV Fundamentals) are reported as either a symbol or
         numeric value. The range of Subject % exceeds the 100% mark to allow for inclusion of the A Level and IB HL as both qualifications are considered to be at a higher level than the NSC.
     ** As the Fundamental subjects are considered to be at the same level as the NSC, use the actual percentage obtained for Language and Mathematics/Mathematical Literacy. For the four Vocational Subjects use the
         values in the relevant column of the table above.
     *** A symbol 4 obtained for a NSSC Higher Level / HIGCSE subject is regarded as a pass mark in the equivalent Ordinary or IGCSE level subject except for a First Language subject which becomes a 2nd language pass
         if another language is also passed (From: https://mb.usaf.ac.za/paragraph-15/).

     KEY:
     NSC – National Senior Certificate                                                                           IGCSE – International Graduate Certificate of Secondary Education
     O-Level – Ordinary level                                                                                    IB SL – International Baccalaureate Schools (Standard Levels)
     Senior Cert HG – Senior Certificate Higher Grade                                                            NSSC HL – Namibian Senior Secondary Certificate Higher Levels
     AS – Advanced Subsidiary                                                                                    KCSE – Kenyan Certificate of Secondary Education
     Senior Cert SG - Senior Certificate Standard Grade                                                          NSSC OL – Namibian Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary Levels
     A-Level – Advanced level                                                                                    NC(V) 4 – National Certificate Vocational Level 4
     HIGCSE – Higher International Graduate Certificate of Secondary Education
     IB HL – International Baccalaureate Schools (Higher Levels)
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• Fundi is a private finance company that exclusively focuses on educational finance, assisting
                                                                                                            people who are not able to pay for their own, or the studies of their dependants, and who do
                                                                                                            not qualify for the traditional financing through the formal banking sector or government aid
                                                                                                            schemes. Fundi loans are available for study fees and books, and provide simple repayment
                                                                                                            options at an affordable interest rate to loan applicants.
                                                                                                          • For more information on financial assistance, contact the Financial Aid Office on (041) 504 1111,
                                                                                                            www.mandela.ac.za/finaid or e-mail: financialaid@mandela.ac.za.

                                                                                                          Scholar Merit Awards
                                                                                                          Scholar Merit Awards are awarded to new first-year undergraduate students who have achieved
                                                                                                          excellent academic results in their final grade 12 NSC/IEB examinations. Students must have passed
                                                                                                          Grade 12 not more than 2 years prior to their first year of study. In the event that they passed Gr 12
                                                                                                          the year adjacent to their first year of study, then a Previous Activity Form should be completed
                                                                                                          and submitted to Financial Aid office, North Campus before 31 March. Your registration at this
                                                                                                          University must also be your first-time registering at a Higher Education institution. The rand value
                                                                                                          of this award is determined on a sliding scale between a predetermined minimum and maximum
                                                                                                          value, and is automatically awarded to first-year students who qualify by the Financial Aid Office.

                                                                                                          Your Applicant Score (AS) is calculated as follows:
                                                                                                          • For applicants with seven or more Grade 12 subjects, your AS is calculated by adding the
                                                                                                            percentages for your six best subjects. This gives a score out of 600. Life Orientation (LO) is not
                                                                                                            included in your AS calculations for applicants from quintile 4 and 5 school.
                                                                                                          • For those applicants from quintile 1, 2 or 3 school* who attain 50% or higher for Life Orientation,
                                                                                                            7 points may be added to your score out of 600 to arrive at your final AS.

                                                                                                          The rand value of each award is determined on a sliding scale of AS scores according to the table below.

                                                                                                           Applicant Score (AS)                                Amount
                                                                                                           Band 1: 500 and above                               R 16 500

                                                                                                           Band 2: 470 – 500                                   R 12 500

Financial facts                                                                                            Band 3: 410 – 469                                   R 8 500
                                                                                                          Disclaimer: “The university reserves the right to amend the award values and policy with regards to
• Before registering as a student, you need to determine whether or not you will have sufficient          the bursary, and may in its sole discretion; decide to implement such amendments retrospectively”.
  funds to finance your studies. Costs involved in higher education include enrolment fees,
  registration and tuition fees, textbooks, stationery, transport, meals, accommodation, materials        For more information contact the Financial Aid Office on 041 504 1111 or e-mail:
  and laboratory fees, sports equipment and general living expenses.                                      financialaid@mandela.ac.za
• Nelson Mandela University offers financial assistance to full-time students in the form of bursaries,
  merit awards, scholarships and study loans for top academic achievers.                                  School Leadership awards
• A number of sport grants are also available for top sports performers and those who show                School Leadership Awards are granted to head prefects (Head Boy/Head Girl), or Learner
  outstanding potential.                                                                                  Representative Council President (in cases of no Head Prefects) and who meet the criteria for a
• The university also provides financial assistance in collaboration with the National Student            Scholar Merit Bursary, qualifies for the School Leadership award of R4200 in addition to the Scholar
  Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) for financially-needy students.                                            Merit Bursary. Documentary proof of your Grade 12 results, including a letter from your school
• Admission to the university does not imply that you will be eligible for a loan, scholarship or         verifying your leadership role must be submitted to the Financial Aid office on North Campus as
  bursary.                                                                                                soon as possible. The last day for submission of these documents is 31 March annually. Students
• Applications for NSFAS funding must be made directly on the NSFAS website, or an application            who were Head Prefects (or Learner Council Presidents) but do not qualify for a Scholar Merit
  form can be obtained from the NYDA offices, and sent directly to the NSFAS office in Cape               Bursary, nevertheless qualifies for a School Leadership Award of R4200.
  Town. The closing date for NSFAS funding is advertised on their website. Further information can        Disclaimer: “The university reserves the right to amend the award value and policy with regards to
  be obtained from the NSFAS website – www.nsfas.org.za or by calling 086 006 7327.                       the bursary, and may in its sole discretion; decide to implement such amendments retrospectively”.
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Student merit bursaries
     Returning undergraduate students can automatically qualify for merit bursaries based on their
     final results in the previous year of study. Students must have passed all their modules at the first
     attempt. The rand value of which is determined on a sliding scale. These bursaries are available
     to South African as well as International students. Students must have also achieve a Weighted
     Average Academic Performance which is determine per faculty, and registered for a minimum
     relative course weight of at least 0.80 (or 96 credits)
     • Faculty of Business and Economic Science – 75%
     • Faculty of EBET – 70%
     • Faculty of Education – 75%
     • Faculty of Health Sciences – 70%
     • Faculty of Humanities – 75%
     • Faculty of Law – 70%
     • Faculty of Science – 70%

     NB: Exempted courses are not included in the minimum relative weight or credit value for merit
     award purposes. The value of the bursary is not a fixed amount and is determined in accordance
     with the available budget. These awards are only for undergraduate studies. Students intending
     to register for Postgraduate Diplomas or honours studies must apply for those bursaries on the
     prescribed form before 1 November of the year preceding postgraduate studies.
     Disclaimer: “The university reserves the right to amend the award values and policy with regards to
     the bursary, and may in its sole discretion; decide to implement such amendments retrospectively”.

     Sport bursaries
     Madibaz Sport offers sport bursaries of varying amounts to sport performers who have demonstrated
     the ability to play sport at a high level of competition. Bursary application forms can be obtained
     from Madibaz Sport by e-mail: sport@mandela.ac.za or by calling (041) 504 2165.

     Disclaimer: “The university reserves the right to amend the award values and policy with regards to
     the bursary, and may in its sole discretion; decide to implement such amendments retrospectively”.
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Accommodation
On-campus
The university provides various on-campus accommodation options. These include the
residences on the university’s Summerstrand and George campuses, and the Student
Villages in Summerstrand, which consist of self-catering units for senior students. As
accommodation is limited, early application is essential. Prospective students should note
that being offered a place in an academic programme does not mean they have also been
accepted into an on-campus residence. The closing date for residence applications is:                • No student will be admitted to residence until she/he has been academically admitted to a
30 September 2021. No late applications will be considered. For more information contact:              university programme, and also before the appropriate fees have been paid;
(041) 504 3690/1415 • resadmissions@mandela.ac.za • www.mandela.ac.za/studenthousing                 • Also note that residence accommodation is limited and preference will be given to applications
                                                                                                       received before the end of September;
Off-campus                                                                                           • Please submit a residence accommodation form together with proof of your current
Some students prefer living off-campus. Off-campus accommodation options include                       residential/home or postal address via e-mail (resadmissions@mandela.ac.za), fax (041- 504
renting flats and houses or boarding at nearby private residences. The university offers               9765) or post (Residence Accommodation, PO Box 77000, Nelson Mandela University, Port
a service to assist students in finding suitable off-campus accommodation. For more                    Elizabeth, 6031).
information on off-campus accommodation please contact (041) 504 4735/6 or e-mail:
offcampus.accomodation@mandela.ac.za
                                                                                                     International students
Applying for residence accommodation
• Apply online (http://studenthousing.mandela.ac.za/Apply-for-admission);                            The Office for International Education provides information and assistance to prospective and
• Please note that indicating that you require accommodation does not guarantee placement in         current international students. Information on study programmes, fees, accommodation and study
  any of the university’s on-campus accommodation options;                                           permit requirements can be obtained from this office. Please contact them on +27 (0)41 504 2161
• A selection process has to take place and priority will be given to applicants who have obtained   or e-mail: international@mandela.ac.za or visit their website (www.mandela.ac.za/international).
  excellent academic results;                                                                        The closing date for applications by international students is 30 September 2021.
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Universal Accessibility & Disability
     Services (UADS)
     Nelson Mandela University would like to ensure that differently abled students enjoy a
     successful student experience, thus we strive to ensure that academic concessions, reasonable
     adjustments for general accessibility, test and examinations and other academic concessions,
     are made to meet your needs. Services currently available include assistive technologies,
     dedicated computer spaces equipped with assistive technologies, braille transcription support,
     adapted transport for those with mobility difficulties, and volunteer buddies amongst other.

     As every case needs to be individually assessed, please register your special needs with
     the university’s Universal Accessibility & Disability Services (UADS) as soon as possible,
     preferably the year prior to application and registration. At your first appointment, you will need
     to provide valid medical documentation and/or assessment reports from appropriate health
     professionals. The goal of the consultations between students and the UADS is to identify the
     impact of a disability or condition on the students’ academic performance and to maximise
     opportunities for independent participation.

     What can we offer you?
     • Support consultation sessions to determine all support required during your academic
       journey;
     • Assessment sessions for the verification of reasonable accommodations/concessions needed.
     • Referrals to Emthonjeni – Fountain of Student Wellness for further consultations, when
       necessary.
     • Orientation and information sessions on various services, support, and technologies available;
     • Facilitation of support services, such as assistive technology, braille support, orientation and
       mobility training, access to facilities, academic support concessions, adapted transport, and
       identifying appropriate student housing spaces according to the disability.

     Bursaries for students with disabilities are available, via an online application process, through
     NSFAS (www.nsfas.org.za). Please contact the Universal Accessibility & Disability Services
     (UADS) on 041 504 2313/ 4756 or E-mail: disability@mandela.ac.za for further information.

     Language of Teaching and Learning
     While Nelson Mandela University is committed to multilingualism, the predominant language
     of teaching and learning at the University is English. The statutory language requirements can
     be met by obtaining a minimum rating of 3 (40 - 49%) or higher in English, Afrikaans or isiXhosa
     as a home or first additional language. Some qualifications may require a higher pass mark
     for language(s) than what is indicated here. Please refer to the subject requirements of the
     qualification you intend applying for, before completing your online application form to ensure
     that you meet the direct admission & subject requirements.

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Qualification list
     Qualification                                                                                 Page Qualification                                                                                Page Qualification                                                                                 Page

                                                                                                      BCom (Economics & Statistics) . .........................................................34               Advanced Diploma (Architectural Design) .........................................55
                          FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND                                                     BCom (Industrial Psychology & Human Resource Management) . .....35                                        Advanced Diploma (Architectural Technology) .................................56
                            ECONOMIC SCIENCES                                                         BCom (Information Systems): Stream 1: Information Systems                                                 Advanced Diploma (Interior Design) ..................................................57
                                                                                                                                                    & Accounting . ...................35                        Advanced Diploma (Quantity Surveying) ...........................................59
     Higher Certificate (HCert)                                                                                                    Stream 2: Information Systems &                                              Advanced Diploma (Construction Management) ...............................59
     HCert (Business Studies) ....................................................................20                                                Business Management....... 35                               Advanced Diploma (Information Technology) . ..................................63
     HCert (Accountancy) ..........................................................................20 BCom (Logistics & Transport Economics) ...........................................36
                                                                                                      BCom (Food Service Management)....................................................36                      Bachelor of Engineering (BEng)
     Diploma (Dip)                                                                                                                                                                                              BEng (Mechatronics) . .........................................................................51
     Dip (Accountancy) ..............................................................................21        Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting Science (BCom: AccSc)
     Dip (Economics) ................................................................................21        BComAccSc (Economics/Business Management) ..............................37 Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BEngTech)
     Dip (Economics) – Extended Curriculum ............................................21                      BComAccSc (Law) . .............................................................................37 BEngTech (Electrical Engineering) . ....................................................52
     Dip (Human Resource Management) .................................................21                       BComAccSc (Computer Science & Information Systems) ..................38 BEngTech (Industrial Engineering) .....................................................52
     Dip (Human Resource Management) – Extended Curriculum . ..........22                                                                                                                                        BEngTech (Mechanical Engineering) ..................................................53
     Dip (Inventory & Stores Management) ...............................................22                     Bachelor of Arts (BA)                                                                             BEngTech (Marine Engineering) .........................................................53
     Dip (Logistics) .....................................................................................22   BA (Human Resource Management) ..................................................38 BEngTech (Civil Engineering) .............................................................61
     Dip (Logistics) – Extended Curriculum ...............................................23                   BA (Development Studies) .................................................................39
     Dip (Management) .............................................................................23                                                                                                           Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS)
     Dip (Management) – Extended Curriculum . ......................................23                                               FACULTY OF EDUCATION                                                       Bachelor of Architectural Studies .......................................................57
     Dip (Marketing) . .................................................................................24
     Dip (Marketing) – Extended Curriculum .............................................24                     Bachelor of Education (BEd)                                                                      Bachelor of Science (BSc)
     Dip (Tourism Management) ................................................................24               BEd (Foundation Phase)......................................................................42   BSc: Construction Economics (Quantity Surveying with Financial &
     Dip (Tourism Management) – Extended Curriculum ..........................25                               BEd (Intermediate Phase)....................................................................43   Business Management) ......................................................................60
                                                                                                               BEd (Senior Phase and Further Education &Training):                                              BSc (Construction Studies) .................................................................60
     Advanced Diploma (AdvDip)                                                                                                                Stream 1: Commerce ........................ 43
     Advanced Diploma (Economics) ........................................................25                                                  Stream 2: Natural Science . ................44                    Bachelor of Human Settlement Development (BHSD)
     Advanced Diploma (Business Studies:                                                                                                      Stream 3: Language and Social                                     BHSD (Human Settlement Development) ..........................................61
     Human Resource Management) .........................................................25                                                                     Sciences..............................44
     Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Logistics Management) .........25                                     PGCE: FET (Postgraduate Certificate in Education:                                                Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT)
     Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Management Practice) ..........25                                     Further Education and Training) .........................................................45      Bachelor of Information Technology ..................................................63
     Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Marketing Management) . .....25
     Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Tourism Management) ..........25
     Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Monitoring & Evaluation) ......25                                               FACULTY OF ENGINEERING,                                                                                FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
     Advanced Diploma: Accountancy (Professional Accounting) . ...........27                                       THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT & TECHNOLOGY
     Advanced Diploma: Accountancy (Internal Auditing) ........................27                                                                                                                               Diploma (Dip)
                                                                                                               Higher Certificate (HCert)                                                               Dip (Sport Management) . ..................................................................70
     Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)                                                                      HCert (Mechatronic Engineering) . .....................................................48
     BCom: General (Economics) ..............................................................28 HCert (Renewable Energy Engineering) . ...........................................48 Bachelor’s degrees
     BCom: General (Economics) – Extended Curriculum .........................28 HCert: IT (User Support Services) .......................................................62 Bachelor of Environmental Health . ....................................................66
     BCom: General (Accounting & Related Subjects) ..............................28                                                                                                                     BA (Psychology) . ................................................................................66
     BCom: General (Accounting) – Extended Curriculum ........................29 Diploma (Dip)                                                                                                          BPsych: Counselling (Registred Counsellor) . .....................................67
     BCom: General (Business Management) . ..........................................30 Dip (Operations Management) ..........................................................49 BA (Youth Work) .................................................................................68
     BCom: General (Business Management) – Extended Curriculum ......30 Dip (Architectural Technology) ...........................................................54 BSW (Social Work) ..............................................................................68
     BCom (Financial Planning) . ................................................................30 Dip (Interior Design) ...........................................................................55 BSc (Dietetics) ....................................................................................69
     BCom (Financial Planning) – Extended Curriculum ............................31 Dip (Building) . ....................................................................................58 BHMS (Human Movement Science) ...................................................70
     BCom: General (Tourism) ...................................................................31 Dip (Information Technology: Software Development) ......................62 BHSc: Biokinetics . ..............................................................................71
     BCom: General (Tourism) – Extended Curriculum . ............................32 Dip (Information Technology: Communication Networks) .................62 Bachelor of Nursing (Extended Curriculum) .......................................72
     BCom (Marketing & Business Management) . ....................................32 Dip (Information Technology: Support Services) ................................63 Bachelor of Nursing . ..........................................................................72
     BCom (Hospitality Management) .......................................................33                                                                                                            BRad: Radiography (Diagnostic) . .......................................................73
     BCom: General (Statistics) ..................................................................33 Advanced Diploma (AdvDip)                                                                          BEMC (Emergency Medical Care) ......................................................73
     BCom (Accounting) ............................................................................34 Advanced Diploma (Quality) ..............................................................49 BHSc: Medical Laboratory Science ....................................................74
     BCom (Computer Science & Information Systems) ............................34 Advanced Diploma (Operations Management) .................................50 BPharm (Pharmacy) ............................................................................75
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) . .................76
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                        FACULTY OF HUMANITIES                                                                  Advanced Diploma (Agricultural Management) ...............................101 BCom: General (Economics) – Extended Curriculum .......................117
                                                                                                               Advanced Diploma (Game Ranch Management) .............................101 BCom (Accounting) ..........................................................................117
Diploma (Dip)                                                                                                                                                                                                  BCom: General (Accounting & Related Subjects) ............................118
Dip (Public Relations Management) ...................................................85                        Bachelor of Science (BSc)                                                                       BCom: General Accounting – Extended Curriculum . ......................118
Dip (Public Management) . .................................................................87                  BSc (Biological Sciences) ..................................................................101
Dip (Public Management) – Extended Curriculum .............................88                                  BSc: Biological Sciences – Extended Curriculum .............................102
                                                                                                               BSc (Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology & Physiology) . ............102
Advanced Diploma (AdvDip)                                                                                      BSc: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology & Physiology) –
Advanced Diploma (Public Relations Management) ..........................85                                    Extended Curriculum .......................................................................102
Advanced Diploma (Public Administration & Management) . ............88                                         BSc (Environmental Sciences) . .........................................................102
                                                                                                               BSc: Environmental Sciences – Extended Curriculum ......................103
Bachelor’s degrees                                                                                             BSc: Geosciences (Geology & Geography) . ....................................103
Bachelor of Visual Art (BVA) ..........................................................80-82                   BSc: Geosciences (Geology & Geography) –
Bachelor of Music – BMus: Stream 1: Music Education.................... 83                                     Extended Curriculum .......................................................................103
                               Stream 2: Performing Arts .....................83                               BSc (Computer Science) ...................................................................104
                               Stream 3: Music Technology ..................83                                 BSc (Physical Science & Mathematics) .............................................105
                               Stream 4: Interdisciplinary Studies......... 84
                               Stream 5: General ..................................84
Bachelor of Arts (BA) ..........................................................................86                                            GEORGE CAMPUS
BA (Media, Communication & Culture) ..............................................87
BAdmin (Administration): Stream 1: Industrial Psychology .............89                                       Higher Certificate (HCert)
                               Stream 2: Sociology ...............................89                           HCert (Veldfire Management) ..........................................................108
                               Stream 3: Business Management . .........89                                     HCert: Business Studies ...................................................................113
                               Stream 4: Political Studies . ....................89                            HCert: IT (User Support Services) ....................................................119

                                                                                                               Diploma (Dip)
                                  FACULTY OF LAW                                                               Dip (Agricultural Management) ........................................................108
                                                                                                               Dip (Agricultural Management) – Extended Curriculum ..................109
Higher Certificate (HCert)                                                                                     Dip (Forestry) ....................................................................................109
Higher Certificate (Criminal Justice) ...................................................92                    Dip (Forestry) – Extended Curriculum ..............................................110
                                                                                                               Dip (Nature Conservation) . ..............................................................110
Diploma (Dip)                                                                                                  Dip (Wood Technology) . ..................................................................111
Dip (Law Enforcement) .......................................................................92                Dip (Wood Technology) – Extended Curriculum ..............................111
                                                                                                               Dip (Management) ...........................................................................113
Bachelor of Law                                                                                                Dip (Management) – Extended Curriculum . ....................................113
BA (Law) . ...........................................................................................92       Dip (Marketing) . ...............................................................................114
BCom (Law) ........................................................................................93          Dip (Marketing) – Extended Curriculum ...........................................114
LLB . ....................................................................................................94   Dip (Tourism Management) ..............................................................115
LLB – Extended Curriculum ...............................................................95                    Dip (Tourism Management) – Extended Curriculum ........................115

                                                                                                               Advanced Diploma (AdvDip)
                             FACULTY OF SCIENCE                                                                Advanced Diploma (Agricultural Management) ...............................111
                                                                                                               Advanced Diploma (Wood Technology) ..........................................112
Diploma (Dip)                                                                                                  Advanced Diploma (Forestry) ...........................................................112
Dip (Agricultural Management) ..........................................................98                     Advanced Diploma (Nature Conservation) ......................................112
Dip (Analytical Chemistry) ..................................................................98                Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Management Practice) ........116
Dip (Game Ranch Management) ........................................................99                         Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Marketing Management) . ...116
Dip (Polymer Technology) ..................................................................99                  Advanced Diploma (Business Studies: Tourism Management) ........116
Dip (Chemical Process Technology) .................................................100
                                                                                                               Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Advanced Diploma (AdvDip)                                                          BCom (General) ................................................................................116
Advanced Diploma (Analytical Chemistry) .......................................100 BCom: General (Business Management) – Extended Curriculum ....117

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